Everyday, we are overwhelmed with the expectation of living fulfilled and successful lives; to have everything in order and figured out. To face these expectations and challenges, it is so important that we grow deeper in God’s Word, have deeper encounters with God and build deeper bonds with the people around us. Now more than ever is our time to rise up, reach out and influence the arenas that we have been placed in for Christ.
So, come and be a part of our Young Adults Retreat 2019! It is going to be a great time of fellowship and learning, even as we experience deeper encounters with God and come away with His enduring promises.
See you there!
PR TIMOTHY LOH
Pastor Timothy Loh has been the senior pastor of Every Nation Church Malaysia (formerly known as Eaglepoint) since 1999. Under his leadership churches have been planted in 3 other cities in Malaysia and one in China. Those who have heard him preach appreciate his ability to simplify God’s word yet draw out its depth with his own brand of Malaysian humour. Formally trained at Portland Bible College, much of his pastoral development came during the time he spent serving his fellow students at USM Penang and the years he juggled his role as senior pastor and an executive in the IT industry.
Other than pastoring, he divides his time following Arsenal FC, and winning at badminton. But ask him and he will tell you that his main ministry is loving his wife Teresa and their 4 children Joel, Joash, Jayden and Joanna.
PR GWEN CHOO
Pastor Gwen Choo is Glad Tidings very own Young Adults Pastor and also our current Life Community Services Pastor. A dynamic preacher with a huge heart for reaching out to the community, she has manage to impact many lives over the years not only through the pulpit, but even through her life and testimony as well.
Pr Gwen is married to Daniel Liew, and together they have two children, Renee and Ryan.
De Palma Eco-Resort Kuala Selangor is located in the heart of the township of Kuala Selangor. The resort is within 1 mile of mystical Sky Mirror, and minutes away from historical Malawati Hill, where visitors may visit the Altingsburg Lighthouse or view several old British colonial houses. The resort is a short 45-minute drive from Klang Valley, the industrial and commercial heart of Malaysia.